Customers of GulfMark Energy Inc. – whether buying or selling – obtain the flexibility and pricing structure they need at a competitive price because it pairs marketing expertise with an understanding of available hedging options. GulfMark Energy’s operations experts have more than 150 years of combined experience in crude oil transportation. The company’s marketing team has more than 86 years of combined experience. This ensures efficiency and safety.

The company operates along the Texas and Louisiana Gulf Coast, in West Texas and Michigan. It has access to 3,800 diverse properties and sells more than 2.25 million barrels of oil per month to local and regional refiners. “Our reputation for integrity, honesty, hard work and loyalty has earned us the confidence of our customers as we serve their individual needs,” the company says.

As a franchise owner for more than a decade, Joe Judson saw that the traditional Worldwide Express model had its limitations when it came to employee retention. “I wasn’t satisfied with the fact young people just starting out with single-unit franchises would have limited opportunities and wouldn’t be able to work beyond the market they were in,” he says.

Judson, who got his start in franchising when he purchased a Worldwide Express franchise in Indianapolis in 1999, wanted to give employees the opportunity to take on larger roles or even move into different markets. He founded Fusion Logistics in 2007 with that idea in mind, and currently serves as its president and CEO.

For Bordelon Marine, quality is not a simple thing, President and CEO Wes Bordelon says. Based in Lockport, La., the company provides marine transportation services to clients primarily in the Gulf of Mexico and around the world.

Moving goods in a global economy is a highly synchronized effort. From the outside looking in, the technology, capacity and communication it takes to move products from nation to nation, state to state and ultimately to the retail consumer seem close to impossible to people outside the business. However, veterans in the field of importing and exporting know that through well-defined processes, strategic locations and a network of highly professional transportation and logistics partners, an otherwise daunting dance can be turned into seamless choreography.

The costs associated with docking, unloading and preparing a bulk carrier vessel for its next shipment can quickly add up. “With shipments that we handle often worth over twenty, thirty, forty million dollars, a lot is at stake,” Blue Water Shipping President Matt Boucree stresses. “Small details can easily add up to tens of thousands of dollars. There is nothing more gratifying than to call a client to let them know where we saved them significant sums of money.”

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